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As well as being the most talked about issue, corruption was also rated as the second most serious problem, with 68 per cent on average rating it as very serious.
Only extreme poverty was rated as more serious (69%).
But significant numbers in industrialised countries such as Italy (14%), Spain (13%), and Canada (11%) had also discussed it.
In a separate question, respondents were also asked to rate the seriousness of 14 global problems.
Individuals and organizations may engage in self-censorship for moral, religious, or business reasons, to conform to societal norms, due to intimidation, or out of fear of legal or other consequences.The findings show that more than one in five (21%) of those polled said they had discussed corruption and greed with friends and family over the past month, making it the most talked about global problem, ahead of climate change (20%), extreme poverty and hunger (18%), unemployment (16%), and the rising cost of food and energy (15%).Issued on UN International Anti-Corruption Day, the BBC World Speaks poll, conducted by Globe Scan on behalf of BBC World Service, showed corruption was particularly likely to have been discussed by developing-world citizens, including respondents in Kenya (63%), Nigeria (49%), Indonesia (45%), and India (30%).Internet censorship also occurs in response to or in anticipation of events such as elections, protests, and riots.An example is the increased censorship due to the events of the Arab Spring.